Figures issued by the Scottish Government this afternoon show there are now 103 people diagnosed, an increase of nine since yesterday.
Seven days earlier there were 40 cases confirmed in the region.
To date, 14,624 tests have been carried out in Scotland with 1059 people positive and the vast majority, 13,061 confirmed negative.
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Of those who have tested positive, 47 patients with COVID-19 have died.
Scotland’s chief medical officer, Dr Catherine Calderwood, has said up to 65,000 people in this country could already have coronavirus with that number expected to rise even more.
She added that Scotland is only beginning to see the steep acceleration of cases with the number of deaths also anticipated to rise.
The first coronavirus case in Scotland was detected on March 1 by NHS Tayside.